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Diversity and inclusion are not just social justice issues for newspapers, panelists at America's Newspapers PIVOT 2020 agreed. These issues go to the heart of newspapers' mission: to be purveyors of information in their local communities.
Panelists at PIVOT 2020 were: Mizell Stewart III, a news executive with Gannett and the USA TODAY Network and an adjunct faculty member with The Poynter Institute for Media Studies; Leona Allen, deputy publisher of The Dallas Morning News; and Corinne Chin, senior video journalist with The Seattle Times.
By Cindy Durham for America's Newspapers |
10/9/20 04:46 PM
The Seattle (Washington) Times reports that it and four other news outlets have been ordered to comply with a subpoena and give the Seattle Police Department unpublished video and photos from a May 30 racial justice protest that turned violent.
7/27/20 10:02 AM
With the news media under attack from the highest levels of government, newspapers need to remind audiences of their value to their communities. Here’s how three newspapers are doing that.
By Mark Fitzgerald, America's Newspapers |
2/28/20 10:59 AM